What pets and their owners are saying about our food
There’s nothing that matters to us more than happy dogs, cats and owners. At Vet’s Kitchen we’re on a mission to improve the lives of dogs, cats and their owners through nutrition and, for some, we’ve already started making a huge difference. But don’t take our word for it; read our Brand Ambassadors page, tell us your story and we’ll add it to our Testimonials.Tell us your story
Mabel is now 15 weeks old (end Sept 2017). Two days after she came to us in August she developed diarrhoea. Put down to moving stress initially, tests the following week showed Giardia and Coccidia - two nasty parasitic infections. Meds followed and a second test was clear a month later, but it had left her with awful tummy problems. Tried various 'prescription' foods with no change. Harry, our 5 year old Spaniel, has always had Vet's Kitchen so I called Fiona, their Nutritionist. She gave me masses of helpful advice on feeding and I gradually moved Mabel onto the Vet's Kitchen Puppy kibble. After just two days, things were nearly normal and a week later we were amazed at the difference. She's sleeping through the night, no grumbly tummy, very good 'movements' and a relaxed and happy puppy - one which doesn't wriggle and squirm in pain after every meal like she used to. Thank you so much, Fiona - we've always known the benefits of Vet's Kitchen food, but this has been remarkable.
After a bad start in life, it was important to me that Binny was fed the best diet possible. He loved the taste of Vet’s Kitchen puppy food and I loved the fact that it’s natural and hypoallergenic. I’m really pleased to say he thrived on this diet and has grown into a happy, healthy adult dog.
It is soooo GOOD! Much tastier and with smaller kibble so it is a lot easier for me to eat. Now I can't wait each time Mummy & Daddy feed me - thanks Vet's Kitchen!
He love's it and is thriving. Our previous dog particulary liked the salmon treats. Billy also has the salmon and the chicken ones. They are not too hard and don't upset his tummy. We can relax and enjoy him knowing he has the best nutrition.
We noticed a couple of changes in our cats. The first was improved fur, especially in Archimedes whose jet black fur is definitely shinier and softer. And his dandruff has cleared too! Dante, despite developing some knots in his fur (which wasn't linked to the food, and more to do with his habit of rolling all over the floor) is also much softer and the knots easier to comb out which was a true blessing.
RachelVictor and Jeff“
Jeff didn't have any medical issues in the month he had the food, and while that might be a coincidence, he's been ill for a long time. Both boys also had much shinier smoother coats, Victors especially. And another noticeable difference was how calm Victor seemed. While eating his new kitty food he seemed a lot calmer, came to us for cuddles and didn't seem to hide when someone opened the front door.
Oliver was on wet food and when we moved to dry, he wasn't sure at first. Took him a while to get used to it as he has a funny jaw due to a car accident. However, now when I open a pack, he is chomping away like no tomorrow, his coat looks nicer and people have commented on how slim and trim he looks.
We’ve had our cat Amelia just under a year now and recently went onto Vet’s Kitchen Adult Cat Salmon & Brown Rice following a recommendation. Amelia adores it and I wish we’d put her on them earlier; a nutritious and healthy cat food which I am extremely happy to recommend to other cat owners.
When it came to tasting the 80% salmon pack I couldn't believe how good it tasted! This surprised Mum. And me even more. I mean, I am not a cat that goes mad for fish! In fact, I always find it too stinky - Athena
Bib has eaten wet food for years, but because of the smell, we wanted to change. Vet's Kitchen is nowhere near as smelly as the wet food and she still loves it. She eats it up and we know it is better for her teeth!
Priestess and Oracle“
I was lucky enough to pick up a sample of your vets kitchen ultra fresh cat food, firstly loving the resealable packet. Now as soon as they hear the rustle of the packet they both come running and screaming; they look great and are very bright active girls. This is a great testimonial to your food; active healthy cats who love to work for your food.
We've fed Buddy, on Vet's Kitchen since we got him as a pup. He loves the kibble as it comes but we often supplement it with omega oils, sweet potato and sardines. Buddy's just lifted first prize for "Best Condition" at the local Gala Dog Show, which was judged by a qualified vet.
He is a Cairn Terrier & is fed on your Adult Chicken & Brown Rice dry food; he really thrives on it!
I couldn't believe it when I got home and opened it, I took a handful out and offered the pup a couple. She loved it and my others love it as well. I am so happy I have found something she likes to eat.
Ralf and Roly always seem to go off (other brands), that’s definitely not the case with Vet’s Kitchen We’ve been recommending Vet’s Kitchen to all the dog owners we know – something we’ve never done before.
Harvey is full of energy and loves the chicken and brown rice food. I believe it does help his joints as he's very active and fast.
Vet's Kitchen is goooooood grub, no nasty additives and it smells and tastes amazing. I always had a dicky tummy, until i started eating Vet's Kitchen, now my digestive system is in top working order, I look and feel a whole lot better :)
This is jelly; she enjoys vets kitchen food because it keeps her super healthy and makes her coat beautifully shiny. He favourite is chicken and brown rice, especially when it's frozen in one of her Kong toys as it lasts that little bit longer!
I was recommended to try Merry on Chicken and brown rice. I changed her over from her regular food and she quickly seemed to recover and has been a fit dog every since. Merry will always have this food. I am very pleased with Pets Kitchen with the service and helpful staff.
Ozzie's enthusiasm for the food really shows. He's always asked to give his paw before meals. Not only has his 'paw' turned into a 'high-5', but Ozzie now eats his meals in one sitting!
’Our rescue dog was having rather unpleasant digestive problems until we tried her on the sensitive grain free food. Within days the problem was gone and she was back to normal and so much happier and livelier. We have therefore ordered direct as it is much better value than the supermarket prices!’. Maggie loves the little stars sensitive treats and we are using them as a reward as we are training her.
For number of years as a younger dog Amy was nitpicky with dry food. Her skin used to itch a lot. I thought I would try vet's kitchen dry dog food. Amy has light chicken and rice and grain free Pork and potato. Since being on your food her skin and coat is shiny and she barely Scratches. Her teeth are lovely. She loves your food with such enthusiasm. 1.kg bags a month are not enough as they only last 20 meals. So just now on line I've ordered 2.2kg and 3.kg bags in her favourite flavours. She has not lost weight but she is healthy and maintained weight. I say 100% it is your food that suits her and she is a happy 7 and a half year old.
Teddy won't eat wet food at all since he came to us end of this June. But your foods a success with him. Amys on her pork and potato, love this and the light one. She has lost a 1kg recently on this food.
I like buying Vet's Kitchen food for Alfie as I know he will eat it without any added extras! He gets very excited when he sees the bags. I like the zip top as I know that there is no danger of him helping himself ! I buy the Sensitive as I trust that it won't affect his delicate tum. Thank you for making a great food for my crazy Doodle
Tracey CarterBuddy and Alfie“
Poor Alfie had constant ear problems and sores/boils often on his little paws and has some food intolerances. Vets Kitchen Salmon and Potato, has been perfect because he's OK with both main ingredients. We are now changing his regular version of vets kitchen to the senior one as I'm impressed with the addition of ingredients that are known to help joints and these were mentioned by the vets.
He has sensitive skin so the grain free variety is perfect for him.
J and Spotty Dog“
J has finished every bowl we have put down and for a fussy eater this is impressive. He has also not been sick which shows me it is gentle on his delicate tummy. Spotty dog has also done really well with her allergies and had no reactions to vet kitchen food.
Beau is 9 years old and has been on Vet’s Kitchen for the past 4 years. He has always suffered with Colitis. Since being on Vet’s Kitchen Sensitive Grain free pork and potato he is a much happier dog and all the stomach upsets have completely disappeared.
My English Springer Spaniel, Bertie will be fourteen years old this year and is now beginning to show his age in terms of his mobility. He developed osteoarthritis in both of his hips and I have been trying a number of different dog foods designed for older dogs and have ended up using Vets Kitchen Senior. This together with his medication seems to have helped Bertie to lead a more comfortable life.
Since putting my 10 year old Staffie on the Senior food and Glucosamine Supplement, he has become a lot more playful and happier. There is a definite improvement in their health.
I was very impressed to find such a food in Vets Kitchen Senior and at such a reasonable price. I found he loved the taste and his overall condition improved, with the added benefits of his coat feeling silky and looking shiny.
Robson and Parker“
When we got Parker, he had poor and thinning fur, was slight in his weight and generally a bit wobbly due to lack of muscle etc but he has been on Vets Kitchen Salmon & Potato, we're proud to say he has blossomed in every way.
Dulcie has been on Vet’s Kitchen for the whole of her life. She is fit and healthy with a beautiful coat and is happy with any of Vet’s Kitchen food, and would help herself to her other furry companions given half a chance!
Mum has tried all types of food and we have just turned our noses up at it, but she finally bought a bag of vets kitchen and we love it! We have been having it now for quite a while and look and feel grea
Archie loves the taste of Vet's Kitchen Salmon and Potato
Harry is 5 now and started on Vet's Kitchen when we realised he had a bit of a sensitive tummy, around the age of 5 months. We've not looked back and he alternatives between the Salmon and Potato, Chicken and Brown Rice (slightly preferred) and the fabulous Adult Sensitive. His coat is the envy of his breeders and he enjoys his food mixed with a little bit of wet Vet's Kitchen Chicken and Rice and from being a very picky eater (so picky we had to put some kibble in a box before he had his dinner to make a game out of it) he's gobbles it down and he's calm and happy too. I can't rate it highly enough.
Since trying Salmon, his coat and skin have a glow and no more scratching which is great he is so much happier in himself now.
Both of them have been on Vet's Kitchen for over 18 Months.Having checked out the packaging I was pleased to find it didn't contain wheat or artificial colours which might cause allergies. I've had no problems from feeding them Vets Kitchen Chicken & Brown Rice and your Salmon & Potato.
The change was instant - Buster always eats his whole bowl of Vet's Kitchen food the second we put it down for him; he's never left a bite! Thanks to the healthy food (and lots of exercise) Buster is now the perfect weight.
I have been feeding my Cocker Spaniel ‘Summer’ the Light food and not only does it contain extremely healthy ingredients it has enabled her to keep to her recommended weight. Summer has suffered with Addison’s disease for the past 6 years and as she fast approaches the ripe old age of 15 she still has a spring in her ‘paw’ and the energy to bound around the field!